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Guo Shun
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029

Education and Appointments:


  • 2001/09-2005/07 China University of Geosciences (Beijing). Gem and material technology. B.E.
  • 2005/09-2010/06 Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Mineralogy, Petrology and Mineral Deposit Geology. Ph.D.

Professional experience

  • 2010/06-2013/01 Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Mineralogy, Petrology and Mineral Deposit Geology. Post-doctor.
  • 2013/01-2020/12 Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Associate professor.
  • 2021/01-present Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Professor.

Research Interests:
  • HP-UHP metamorphism and continental deep subduction
  • Fluid actions in deep subduction zone and element mobilization
  • In-situ geochemical analyses on the metamorphic minerals
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Supported Projects:
  1. National Scientific Foundation of China (41102035)
  2. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2011M500384)

  1. Guo, S., Hermann, J., Tang, P., Chu, X., Chen, Y., Su, B., 2022. Formation of carbon-bearing silicate melts by melt-metacarbonate interaction at convergent plate margins. Earth and Planetary Science Letters,
  2. Guo, S., Su, B., John, Timm, Zhao, K.D., Tang, P., Chen, Y., Li, Y.B., 2022. Boron release and transfer induced by phengite breakdown in subducted impure metacarbonates. Lithos. 408-409, 106548.
  3. Guo, S., Yang, Y.H., Chen, Y., Su, B., Gao, Y.J., Zhang, L.M., Liu, J.B., Mao, Q., 2016. Grain-scale Sr isotope heterogeneity in amphibolite (retrograded UHP eclogite, Dabie terrane): implications for the origin and flow behavior of retrograde fluids during slab exhumation. Lithos, 266-267: 383-405.
  4. Guo, S., Chen, Y., Liu, C.Z., Wang, J.G., Su, B., Gao, Y.J., Wu, F.Y., Kyaing, Sein, Yang, Y.H., Mao, Q., 2016. Scheelite and coexisting F-rich zoned garnet, vesuvianite, fluorite, and apatite in calc-silicate rocks from the Mogok metamorphic belt, Myanmar: implications for metasomatism in marble and the role of halogens in W mobilization and mineralization. Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, 117, 82-106.
  5. Guo, S., Chen, Y., Ye, K., Su, B., Yang, Y.H., Zhang, L.M., Liu, J.B., Mao, Q., 2015. Formation of multiple high-pressure veins in ultrahigh-pressure eclogite (Hualiangting, Dabie terrane, China): fluid source, element transfer, and closed-system metamorphic veining. Chemical Geology, 417, 238-260.
  6. Guo, S., Ye, K., Cheng, N.F., Chen, Y., Su, B., Liu, J.B., 2015. Metamorphic P-T trajectory and multi-stage fluid events of vein-bearing UHP eclogite from the Dabie terrane: insights from key mineral compositional zonations. International Geology Review, 57, 1077-1102.
  7. Guo, S., Ye, K., Yang, Y.H., Chen, Y., Zhang, L.M., Liu, J.B., Mao, Q., Ma, Y.G., 2014. In situ Sr isotopic analyses of epidote: tracing the sources of multi-stage fluids in ultrahigh-pressure eclogite (Ganghe, Dabie terrane). Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology. DOI: 10.1007/s00410-014-0975-9.
  8. Guo S., Ye K., Wu T.F., Chen Y., Yang Y.H., Zhang L.M., Liu J.B., Mao Q., Ma Y.G., 2013. A potential method to confirm the previous existence of lawsonite in eclogite: the mass imbalance of Sr and LREEs in multi-stage epidote (Ganghe, Dabie UHP terrane). Journal of Metamorphic Geology, 31, 415-435.
  9. Guo S., Ye K., Chen Y., Liu J.B., Mao Q., Ma Y.G., 2012. Fluid-rock interaction and element mobilization in UHP metabasalt: Constraints from an omphacite-epidote vein and host eclogites in the Dabie orogen. Lithos, 136–139, 145–167.
  10. Guo S., Ye K., Chen Y., Liu J.B., 2009. A normalization solution to mass transfer illustration of multiple progressively altered samples using the Isocon diagram. Economic Geology, 104, 881–886.
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